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Trump Meeting with G-7 Leaders After Going on Offensive

Trump Meeting with G-7 Leaders After Going on Offensive

By Jonathan Lemire and Julie Pace | May 27
In the Middle East, President Donald Trump was feted with pageantry, but in Europe, he has faced a far cooler reception and has been eager to go on the offensive.

Is Ai Weiwei an Artist or an Activist?

Is Ai Weiwei an Artist or an Activist?

May 26
60 Minutes correspondent Holly Williams and producer Michael Gavshon talk about the provocative Chinese artist and the criticism of his work.

Sen. Lankford: 'Russians Want to See Any Western Free Democracy destabilized'

Sen. Lankford: 'Russians Want to See Any Western Free Democracy destabilized'

May 26
Republican Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma joined "Red & Blue" to discuss the Senate Intelligence Committee's subpoena of former NSA Mike Flynn's businesses, and what that committee's goals are in its Russia investigation.

NBA Player Enes Kanter on Turkey Revoking Passport, Death Threats

NBA Player Enes Kanter on Turkey Revoking Passport, Death Threats

May 23
Enes Kanter, an Oklahoma City Thunder player from Turkey, says he was held in a Romanian airport over the weekend when his home country revoked his passport. He has long been an outspoken critic of Turkey's President Erdogan.

Billy Bush Opens Up About Trump Tape and Aftermath

Billy Bush Opens Up About Trump Tape and Aftermath

May 22
Former "Today" host Billy Bush is breaking his silence on the infamous "Access Hollywood" video. While Trump apologized for the language he used in the 2005 tape and went on to win the presidency, Bush lost his job.

Significance of President Trump's Visit to Israel

Significance of President Trump's Visit to Israel

May 22
Dan Senor, co-founder of the Foreign Policy Initiative and co-author of "Start-up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle," joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss President Trump's first overseas trip in office.

Sanctuary

Sanctuary

May 22
Scott Pelley reports on so called "sanctuary cities," where authorities have openly defied tough, new immigrant policies and religious leaders are offering their churches to illegal immigrants for sanctuary.

Sen. Ben Sasse on Firing of FBI Director, New Book

Sen. Ben Sasse on Firing of FBI Director, New Book

May 19
Republican Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the firing of former FBI director James Comey and his new book, "The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming-of-Age Crisis -- and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance."

Confederate Monument Removal

Confederate Monument Removal

May 15
Crews used a crane to take down a monument of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.

Does the U.S. Have A Voter Fraud Problem?

Does the U.S. Have A Voter Fraud Problem?

May 14
President Trump signed a new executive order on Thursday establishing a new commission to look at the public's confidence in the integrity of the voting system. But does the U.S. really have a problem when it comes to voter fraud?

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